Lawyer Facing Contempt For Contacting Jurors

 Tess Koppelman of Fox 4 News in Kansas City is reporting that one of the defense attorneys in the Ted White case is facing potential contempt sanctions for sending jurors a questionnaire asking them about their findings in the case. The jurors recently awarded White $16 million in his civil rights suit against detective RIchard McKinley. In most jurisdictions, attorneys must obtain the court's permission before contacting jurors. 

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